Netflix: the 10 best series to watch according to Internet users AlloCiné

Netflix the 10 best series to watch according to Internet

Discover the best series to see or watch again on the platform! On the program: animated pearls, dedicated monuments of the small screen and documentaries both sporting and committed.

Please note: this ranking is based on the ratings of AlloCiné internet users. Only series with at least 500 votes have been taken into account in this top.

Created by Alex Yee and Christian Praeco Linke, with the voices of Hailee Steinfeld, Ella Purnell and Kevin Alejandro

Sitting one above the other, Piltover and Zaun are two fundamentally opposed enemy cities. The first prospers at the expense of the second, poor and underground. And when new and important technologies emerge, the divide widens. But it’s not just between the twin cities that tension reigns: Vi and Jinx are two sisters from Zaun, now living completely different lives.

Unparalleled graphics, exciting and sought-after dark plot, vital stakes, rich and worked characters and quality soundtrack, Arcane is a daring and ambitious American-French bet… and won! Grandiose and exciting, the animated series is inspired by the world of the famous League of Legends video game but is not just for insiders. Do not hesitate to experience this adventure visually and story-wise unique.

2 – Breaking Bad

Created by Vince Gilligan, with Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn

After discovering that he had an incurable cancer, Walter White, a father and professor of chemistry, decides to embark on a new career to protect his wife and son from want during his future. absence. He thus puts his talents to use and launches into the manufacture and sale of methamphetamine alongside one of his former students, Jesse, who has become a second-class dealer.

What follows is one of the most powerful and fascinating descents into hell on the small screen, that of a character who has become emblematic and has fascinated more than one for 5 acclaimed, acclaimed and adored seasons. 16 Emmys and unanimous critical and public acclaim later, breaking Badsigned Vince Gilliganbenefits from the expert writing of the showrunner who presented there a dark and hard series, yet funny and full of emotions, a pearl of television that will not be forgotten anytime soon.

3 – Our planet

With the voices of David Attenborough and Salma Hayek

This is a documentary series that will amaze you as much as it will change you. Produced by Netflix and commented in its original version by the famous British naturalist David Attenborough, Our planet is a committed world tour presenting the most beautiful landscapes on Earth while raising awareness on the side.

Aided by a breathtaking photograph, the series aims to be educational and deliberately alarming, highlighting the beauty of our world but also its endangered balance and the devastating consequences of human activity on the environment. But Our Planet also gives hope: some conservation measures really work and it only remains for humans to apply them. Urgently, please. A necessary trip, not to be missed.

4 – Peaky Blinders

Created by Steven Knight, with Cillian Murphy, Helen McCrory and Paul Anderson

After the First World War left him traumatized, Tommy Shelby, a decorated veteran, imposes himself on the dark streets of Birmingham, England at the head of his family clan ready to do anything to rise in society… even violently and illegally.

A true work of television art, Peaky Blinders is inspired by the real gangsters of the same name who raged at the end of the 19th century, known for their misdeeds and peaked caps hiding a razor blade ready to be used in case of danger. The series, written by a Steven Knight inspired, is precise and daring, elegantly brutal, with sublime cinematography, anachronistic soundtrack and remarkable acting. Cillian Murphy notably gives life, with disconcerting accuracy, to a charismatic and moving protagonist, one of the most fascinating of all time.

5 – Attack on Titan

Created by Yasuko Kobayashi, with the voices of Yui Ishikawa, Yûki Kaji and Marina Inoue

Giant man-eating beings called Titans appeared over 100 years ago and wiped out most of humanity. The survivors were then forced to barricade themselves in a fortress city. After witnessing the murder of his mother, devoured by one of these creatures, young Eren now has only one goal: to join the army and get rid of these Titans once and for all. .

Aimed at an informed audience, this acclaimed Japanese anime is complex and ingenious at will, beautiful and violent, surprising and determined. With its touching characters and stunning visuals, The attack of the Titans is a dark, epic and barbaric, inventive and frightening pearl, which will certainly shake you up.

6 – The Last Dance

With Michael Jordan, Phil Jackson and Scottie Pippen

During the 1997-1998 season, the Chicago Bulls dominated the world of basketball. The next step: their sixth title in eight years. Aided by her unpublished archive images and her sincere and intimate interviews, The Last Dance authentically retraces the journey of the mythical basketball team and lingers in parallel on the life of its legendary star, Michael Jordan.

Revelations and twists await you in this documentary mini-series that reveals the extraordinary behind-the-scenes of this well-guarded world through a captivating and in-depth story. Whether you are a fan of the discipline or not, The Last Dance is a cultural and sporting experience to try.

7 – Checkers game

Created by Scott Frank and Allan Scott, with Anya Taylor-Joy, Marcin Dorocinski and Till Trenkel

During the Cold War, Beth Harmon is an orphan chess prodigy striving to reach the top of the discipline, while battling addiction issues on the side. The mini-series, adapted from a novel by Walter Tevis by Scott Frank and Allan Scottrecounts the life of the young woman, from her eight to her twenty-two years, with finesse, elegance and intelligence.

Holder of no less than 11 Emmys, The lady’s game excels in all areas: screenplay, directing, photography, costumes, sets and acting… and above all acting! We are obviously talking about its undisputed star, the amazing Anya Taylor Joy, which gives life here to a now essential feminist heroine of the small screen. Don’t miss this little television pearl.

8 – In their gaze

Created by AvaDuvernay, with Asante Blackk, Caleel Harris and Ethan Herisse

Adapted from a true story: that says a lot. We are in the early 90s. Five black teenagers are accused of raping a young woman. Yet they did nothing. Terrified and manipulated by biased law enforcement agencies sorely lacking in evidence, they confess to a crime they did not commit. On the program: trial and conviction, followed by difficult years in prison and a complicated reintegration for these young men whom justice has flouted.

In this committed mini-series, Ava DuVernay plunges us into the heart of the case of the Central Park jogger which hit the headlines in 1989 and which resulted in a monumental miscarriage of justice, “corrected” only in the early 2000s. an emotional shock that will leave you helpless and enraged, even sickened. In their gaze is intense and important, and it deserves your time.

9- Stranger Things

Created by Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, with Millie Bobby Brown, Winona Ryder and David Harbor

In the small town of Hawkins, Indiana, young Will has disappeared. His friends, his mother and his brother then embark on a relentless quest to find him. At the same time, strange phenomena occur in town and a tattooed girl with a shaved head, named Eleven, possessing psychic gifts, also appears: so many events that seem to be linked…

A true geek time travel to the heart of the 80s, Stranger Things is Netflix’s flagship series, the one that has never ceased to fascinate and fuel theories since its debut in 2016. Created by the Duffer brothers, Matt and Ross, the show is one of the most watched in the world and for good reason: it is complex, thrilling and original, incredibly intriguing, perfectly blends realism and surrealism, horror and feelings and fascinates… damn! And we no longer present its iconic and endearing characters: Stranger Things is absolutely worth the detour.

10 – Hunter x Hunter (2011)

Created by Yoshihiro Togashi, with the voices of Megumi Han, Keiji Fujiwara and Miyuki Sawashiro

Hunters are adventurers and bounty hunters. Abandoned by his father, himself Hunter, young Gon lives on a small island with his aunt. At the age of 12, he decides to leave to follow in his father’s footsteps – and seek him out at the same time. Like all those wishing to become a Hunter, Gon will then have to pass many complicated tests but will be able to benefit from the help of Kurapika, Leorio and Killua, his new friends also aspiring to the same destiny.

Hunter x Hunter (2011) is the second anime adaptation of the manga written and drawn by Yoshihiro Togashi. Broadcast on Netflix between 2011 and 2014, the series was acclaimed for its fascinating plots, its perfect themes, its characters – including its antagonists – endearing, with meticulously worked psychology, and its quality soundtrack. What more could you ask for from this little masterpiece of deep animation that has everything exceptional and moving?

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